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When presenting we must set both our laptop and Visual Studio environment. Daniel Moth wrote two really nice posts describing how to do just that: Setting your laptop: http://www.danielmoth.com/Blog/2008/02/10-tips-on-how-to-setup-your-laptop.html Setting your Visual Studio environment: http://www.danielmoth.com/Blog/2008/03/abcdefghi-of-setting-up-visual-studio.html
One of the classic problems with database applications is refreshing stale data. In a nutshell, Query Notification allows you to cache data and be notified when the data has been changed in SQL Server. Upon notification, you can then refresh your cache or take whatever action you need to. In the following screen cast I will examine the capabilities of the notification services using the SqlDependency class. You can download the sample code from here . You can download the screen cast from here .
In the following cast, I will be talking about the transactions for both unit tests and web tests. Transactions specifies one or more steps that are grouped together, in the web test context those steps are a bunch of URLs, where in unit test it is a bunch of code that is marked as a group. So, why do we need it? I will try and explain it using an example. Lets say that you have a really complicated scenario that must be executed within a unit test. The scenario requires a long initialization and...
In this screen cast, I will be show how to use the cryptography application block in order to encrypt and decrypt query string parameters. In addition I am attaching the source code for the screen cast here . You can download the screen cast from here . Screen cast walk-through In this screen cast I will create a web site application that will contain two pages: Default.aspx and Default2.aspx. The first page will ask the user for a product id input, then it will encrypt it and perform a redirection...
Exception handling is not an exact science, however there are some guidelines that one should follow. I have constructed a list of rules that in my opinion is common to all applications in terms of exception handling. As a rule, all exceptions in the application must be handled at the business layer level. Custom exceptions will be created to handle any application exceptions. Exceptions that may require special handling, a handler should be created. When Exception is handled an ID should be generated...
It is just like a grocery shop...everything yo want (well almost everything) you can find there, from ASP.NET to Team System. You can view or download all videos here . Great job!